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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

704                            CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
XI.    OPTICS—continued.
PACK
On the Interference Bands of Approximately Homogeneous
Light; in a Letter to Prof. A. Michelson.  Art. 199.   1892     Vol. IV   15
On the Influence of Obstacles arranged in Rectangular Order
upon the Properties of a Medium.   Art. 200.   1892   .                 ,,19
Interference Bands and their Applications.  Art. 202.   1893     .          „        54
On the Theory of Stellar Scintillation.  Art. 203.   1893   .        .          ,,60
Astronomical Photography.   Art. 204.   1893     ....          „        73
Grinding and Polishing of Glass Surfaces.  Art. 205.   1893       .         „        74 On  the   Reflection  of Sound  or  Light  from  a   Corrugated
Surface.  Art. 208.   1893........          ,,75
On a Simple Interference Arrangement.   Art. 207.   1893         .          „        76
On some Physical Properties of Argon and Helium.   Art. 218.
1896..........,,215
The Refractivity of Argon and Helium     .....           „        218
The Reproduction of Diffraction Gratings.  Art. 220.   1896      .         „      226
On the Theory of Optical Images, with special reference to the
Microscope.  Art. 222.   1896......,,235
On an Optical Device for the Intensification of Photographic
Pictures.   Art. 233.   1897.......„      333
Rontgen Rays and Ordinary Light.  Art. 237.   1898         .        .          „      353
On the Character of the Impurity found in Nitrogen Gas
derived from Urea.  Art. 241.   1898.....„      36.1
Details of Befractometer        .......           „        364
Transparency and Opacity.  Art. 246.   1899     .        .        .        .          „      392
On the Transmission of Light through an Atmosphere containing Small Particles in Suspension, and on the Origin of the Blue of the Sky. Art. 247. 1899 ....          „ 397
The Interferometer.  Art. 248.   1899.....'   „      406
The Theory of Anomalous Dispersion.   Art. 250.  1899     .        .          „      413
On the Law of Reciprocity in Diffuse Reflexion.  Art. 258.
1900..........,,480
Remarks upon the Law of Complete Radiation. Art. 260. 1900         „      483
On Approximately Simple Waves.  Art. 261.  1900.        .        .          „      486
On the Stresses in Solid Bodies due to Unequal Heating, and on the Double Refraction resulting therefrom. Art. 265.
1901..........,,502
Polish.  Art. 268.   1901........,,542
On the Magnetic Rotation of Light and the Second Law of
Thermodynamics.  Art. 271.   1901    .       .        .        .        .         ,,555
Is Rotatory Polarization influenced  by the Earth's Motion ?
Art. 279.   1902........Vol. V     58
Does Motion through the Aether cause Double Refraction ?
Art. 280.   1902.......        .          „     . 63
On the Spectrum of an Irregular Disturbance.  Art. 285.   1903         „   .   98                   316